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Amazon: RAVPower 80W AC Outlet Power Bank 20000mAh (WITH AC OUTPUT) $85.99

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[Amazon.ca] Amazon: RAVPower 80W AC Outlet Power Bank 20000mAh (WITH AC OUTPUT) $85.99

hey all,
i've been looking for a powerbank that has AC power outlet... and finally it has a good discount with $40 bucks promotion credit, which comes down to $85.99. (new lowest price ive ever seen)
this powerbank delivers portable charging, and on top of that, it has AC outlet (up to 80W) and can charge most of the old laptops that dont have USB-C PD charging function...


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LIGHTENING DEAL for the model shown below for $85.99 as of Dec 22, no coupon is required.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07S7C1N5X?th=1&psc=1


another model is also on sale with bigger battery capacity 27000 mAH (u can't take this onboard with you if you fly on a plane) and obviously much heavier.

https://www.amazon.ca/Portable-RAVPower ... 401&sr=8-9
hope it helps. stay safe everyone.


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Apr 21, 2017
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Hmm interesting, I'd like one of these but with no USB A just dual USB C. Anyone know if that exists? Don't necessarily need the AC port either.
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Be careful, the second power bank is sold by luklight, so I assume there might be issues in the future claiming warranty
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Interesting this something I kind of needed and wanted... Being Northern Ontario we have outages a lot and when I need power even for a bit on some lower electronics this be quite useful.
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kanechart wrote: Interesting this something I kind of needed and wanted... Being Northern Ontario we have outages a lot and when I need power even for a bit on some lower electronics this be quite useful.
yeah i hear you.. it is absolutely helpful during power outage as u can actually plug a floor lamp to it (i.e. LED bulbs tho)... Electric Light BulbElectric Light Bulb
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McShane87 wrote: Hmm interesting, I'd like one of these but with no USB A just dual USB C. Anyone know if that exists? Don't necessarily need the AC port either.
not common to have dual USB C power bank, but i looked it up for u and there s such thing exists.
https://www.newegg.com/p/14R-03H3-00002

https://www.zmi.com/products/zmi-powerp ... power-bank

but unfortunately it's not available to purchase on amazon.ca tho. u may add to 'wish list' to alert u whenever they will replenish for more
https://www.amazon.ca/ZMI-PowerPack-Amb ... B07N7ZQ68Z
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woolo wrote: not common to have dual USB C power bank, but i looked it up for u and there s such thing exists.
https://www.newegg.com/p/14R-03H3-00002
Thanks for looking, I’d want something that could fast charge out of both ports though and that can only do 20w combined. Guess I keep waiting.
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Renogy has one the same as the RavPower for less
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Good find. I've looked at that in the past and it was well into the 100+ dollar category ... good deal for someone who needs something like this.
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McShane87 wrote: Hmm interesting, I'd like one of these but with no USB A just dual USB C. Anyone know if that exists? Don't necessarily need the AC port either.
It clearly has a usb a output and you can even see it in the picture.
Here's the description of the item
Battery capacity: 20000mAh/74Wh (20000 mAh is the total of the nominal rated capacity of the internal battery cells
USB-C Input: 30W Power Delivery
USB-C Output: 30W Power Delivery 3.0
USB-A Output: 18W Quick Charge 3.0
AC Output: 80W/100W (Max.)
Superior Protections: Advanced security system
Blue Indicators: Displays remaining power
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Given that the Jackery E160 or similar is about double this, the price on discount is about right for the ravpower

It's 1/2 the capacity, and has less than half the ports, and lower wattage --

If you were thinking you need something like this but need more capacity and flexibility - https://www.jackery.com/products/explor ... er-station

These and other charges (44k WH) like this go on sale regularly for $130-$140.
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Nabiltb10 wrote: It clearly has a usb a output and you can even see it in the picture.
Here's the description of the item
Battery capacity: 20000mAh/74Wh (20000 mAh is the total of the nominal rated capacity of the internal battery cells
USB-C Input: 30W Power Delivery
USB-C Output: 30W Power Delivery 3.0
USB-A Output: 18W Quick Charge 3.0
AC Output: 80W/100W (Max.)
Superior Protections: Advanced security system
Blue Indicators: Displays remaining power
He said he doesn't want any USB A port but dual USB C port indeed.
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danascully wrote: Given that the Jackery E160 or similar is about double this, the price on discount is about right for the ravpower

It's 1/2 the capacity, and has less than half the ports, and lower wattage --

If you were thinking you need something like this but need more capacity and flexibility - https://www.jackery.com/products/explor ... er-station

These and other charges (44k WH) like this go on sale regularly for $130-$140.
Thanks for the heads up. I ve been looking at jackery products too, but since I have quite of few EGO batteries laying around, I m going to invest in ego Nexus station (priced at $799 ish bare tool only) as a backup invertor in case of blackout or something.

Most importantly is to keep the sump pump running during a rain storm or whatsoever.
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kanechart wrote: First one is the second one is not.
I thought the second one is under 100Wh? 99.9Wh

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com ... m1SegL.pdf

Since it is under 100Wh.
According to CATSA, yes as carry-on.
If this is going to be in checked baggage, then permitted only with air carrier approval
https://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca/en/guidelines-batteries
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Dhanushan wrote: I thought the second one is under 100Wh? 99.9Wh

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com ... m1SegL.pdf

Since it is under 100Wh.
According to CATSA, yes as carry-on.
If this is going to be in checked baggage, then permitted only with air carrier approval
https://www.catsa-acsta.gc.ca/en/guidelines-batteries
I have so many battery packs and one similar to this for powering photography strobes (but it's way bigger than this device).

I might need to add to my collection lol. Thanks OP!
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Ignorance is bliss. I didn't know I wanted this because I didn't know it existed.
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It seems the first one only fits 2 leg plugs (no ground), while the second one has a spot for the grounding leg. But the second one cannot be used as carry on? Kind of pointless if you cannot use this with your laptop during that 14 hours flight or road trip.

Edit: I impulsed bought the 2nd one. No GST. Please tell me if I made a huge mistake haha.

Order Summary
Items: CDN$ 125.99
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 5.90
Promotion Applied: -CDN$ 41.58
FREE Shipping: -CDN$ 5.90
Total before tax: CDN$ 84.41
Estimated GST/HST: CDN$ 0.00
Estimated PST/RST/QST: CDN$ 0.00
Order Total: CDN$ 84.41
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Thanks bought the smaller one.

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